Category: Round Town

Through the Grapevine, February 2019

Preschool registration now open! Registration packets may be picked up at the district office or at your neighborhood elementary school Kindergarten is for children who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2019....

HoofBeat, January 2018

Templeton Farms Templeton Farms is pleased to announce that as of January, Allison Mathy will be joining the Templeton Farms team as a Dressage Trainer. Allison, of Lyric Dressage, is a USDF Gold Medalist that offers training of...

San Miguel Reflections, January 2019

As we greet the New Year, our little town of San Miguel is growing. Downtown is blooming with maturing trees and sidewalk gardens. Businesses include the Mercantile and Dollar General. Good places to eat include San Miguel...

What’s Happening on Main Street? December, 2018

Our Downtown Ambassador: Karyl Lammers Karyl Lammers was named our Main Street Ambassador in September of 2017. It’s time to re-introduce and thank her for greeting hundreds of visitors and locals to our downtown. Much to...

Veterinary Tails, December 2018

  With the holidays approaching, many of us are thinking about giving to others. For a blind person, the gift of sight would be one of the greatest gifts of all. While we cannot provide this, our canine companions can...

HoofBeat, December 2018

I am thankful to report the horse show season is finally winding down. Being on the road competing can be exhausting and exhilarating at the same time. We finished the season at Galway Downs International, bringing home some...

HoofBeat, November 2018

It’s been a huge month for equestrian sports in the United States as we hosted the FEI World Equestrian Games in Tryon, North Carolina.

Hoofbeat, October 2018

As summer starts winding down, my sights are now set on the fall show season. I do enjoy staying a little closer to home, having just returned from trips with horses to compete at The Event at Rebecca Farm in Kalispell, Montana...

HoofBeats, September 2018

Record breaking heat in July and August has led me to question my predominately outdoor based profession as a horse trainer. Being an adrenaline junkie, some winter sport like Luge sounds really appealing right now. We push on however, each day I’m impressed at how well the horses handle their ever-changing environment.

Boys and Girls Club Preps for the Future

Interim CEO Takes Over, Todd Evenson Named Champion for Youth With the departure of Boys and Girls Club of North SLO County CEO, Kate Morgans, at the end of January, the organization remains in the midst of deciding what to do...

A Bird’s Eye View on County News, July 2018

Unhealthy: Okay, to be blunt, I’m not a fan of the way Las Vegas airport runs its air traffic control (ATC) system. I think they do it a lot better in Norcal and Socal. As a corporate pilot, I get out to sin city fairly often...

Borrowed & Bleu, July 2018

‘Tis the Season to be Married Wedding season is upon us this time of year! As you plan your wedding, ‘tis the season to let your creative juices flow! After the Big 3 – Build Your Guest List, List Your Must-Have Amenities,...

San Miguel reflections, July 2018

In my collection of old newspapers I have quite a few copies of the San Miguel Banner which was published by Herb Comfort throughout the 1960s. His printing business was in the building on 14th Street which now houses Taco...

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